McCOY was one in a series of four mystery movies. Tony Curtis is McCoy, a likeable con man, who is also a compulsive-gambler who makes his living by cheating cheaters. Tony Curtis, playing a stylish con man in the pilot film "The Big Ripoff." (1975), sold NBC on starring him in the series called "McCoy," which rotated with McCloud, McMillan & Wife, and Columbo on the Sunday Mystery Movie in September 1975.
A husband and wife team, posing as professional fundraisers, swindle McCoy's alma mater, the Haven for homeless boys, out of $300,000.